My son has superpowers

November 21, 2007 at 1:07 pm 2 comments

It happens that I was really looking forward to this last week before the birth of #2.  I wanted to hang around quietly by myself, getting hair and nails done, having lunch in nice places, doing a bit of Christmas shopping… in other words spending quality time with myself!

But NO! Clearly #1 sensed that this was a special week and got sick! Sick in a way that makes you hope that everyday is the last day at home and that he can go back to the nursery. Yet every morning he seems super energetic, but runs a temperature. The paediatrican has advised to keep him at home until he has been 2 days without fever, which is to make sure that next week when #2 will be born, he won’t be carrying around nasty viruses. Needless to say he behaves like any sick toddler; he cries, he whines, he needs his mummy more than ever… and I’m going insane because my patience and energy levels are not normal (though they may not be particularly high in any case) because I’m 38+3 weeks pregnant.

Is there a positive side to all this? YES, it would have been much worse if he had gotten sick in 2 weeks time when I’ll be home from the hospital.

-Michela in Milan

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Courtney  |  November 21, 2007 at 3:37 pm

    I’m so sorry that he’s sick!!
    I find, in times like these, that a little “Thomas the Tank Engine” dvd works like a charm! 🙂
    Hopefully he’ll be perfectly cured by next week!!!

  • 2. Esther  |  November 21, 2007 at 6:40 pm

    Tommaso the Tank Engine!

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